When rancher and single father Cam McBride finds a letter tucked in a strip of cloth tied to a tumbleweed, he is captivated by the mysterious author. Finding a second tumbleweed letter further pulls him under the lonely writer's spell. He needs a mother for his little boy and a wife to warm his bed. Could this mysterious woman fill his needs?
Sophie Flannigan is alone, scared, and on the run from a rogue Pinkerton agent. She spends her days as a scrub lady at Madame Dora's brothel and her nights writing notes to the four winds. Her life holds little hope until a small boy lays claim to her and his handsome father proposes an advantageous arrangement.
Can these three benefit from a marriage of convenience, or will a determined Pinkerton agent destroy their fragile, newly formed bond?
©2012 Vonnie Davis (P)2013 Vonnie Davis
Wanting a quick read, and after reading Amazon's positive reviews, I took a chance on a new (to me) author and narrator. The story sounded cute, and perhaps would have been more entertaining with another narrator, but I found it lacking overall.
I watched the movie "Conagher" with Sam Elliott years ago, about a lonely widow who wrote letters and tied them to tumbleweeds, and enjoyed it, but "Tumbleweed Letters: Love Letters" fell flat. The narrator's voice was flat, for the most part, although she was able to change it for different characters...she gave a good performance for the child.
The title was also misleading, the letters were not love letters.
Sorry, but I cannot recommend it.
NO ONE!!! The story was ok but the narration was soooo bad! She stinks! It was painful!
If the narrator was more fluent and less choppy. Her voices for each character were ridiculous and sound read and not acted. It was just HORRIBLE
The story intrigued me...if the narration was so horrid I may have enjoyed the story
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